You are here

Boganbirds

Boganbirds Photos - Overview

A Catalogue of Australian Birds in the Wild and Urban Environments

 

A catalogue and blog of mainly Australian birds in the wild and city parks and reserves, shown in the context of their surrounding habitat

Eastern Rosella in Oatley Park

  An Eastern Rosella, in the bushy undergrowth at Mortdale - always on the lookout for these shy, flighty parrots in Oatley Park

Handsome Kookaburra at Bradleys Head

 

A handsome looking Kookaburra - spotted in the bushy parkland at Bradleys Head

A Purple Swamphen Strolling around Blue Lagoon

 

A Purple Swamphen, taking a casual stroll around the Blue Lagoon - on a very pleasant morning in Bellambi

Pelicans Feeding - in Greenwell Point

 

Ah! It's lunchtime again - a Pelican feeding frenzy in Greenwell Point, after the fishing boats arrive

 

Cute, Well-Behaved Aussie Cockatoo

 

Who you calling a noisy, boganbird brat?

 

Jolly Looking Kookaburra in Peakhurst

  Here's a very jolly looking Kookaburra in Peakhurst - with something work laughing about
.

Kookaburra Contemplating over a Meal

  A Kookaburra in Oatley Park at ground level - contemplating on snatching a morsel of food

Old Galah on the Golf Course

 

An aging but contented Galah in Mortdale - having a snack on the local golf course

Eastern Rosella - Splendour of Nature

  The splendour of nature, demonstrated by this Eastern Rosella and other bird and animal life, is an endless source of amazement and spiritual sustenance

Chestnut Teal Ducklings

 

. . and our Cute Bird of the Week award goes to - all three of these fluffy Chestnut Teal ducklings in Oatley Park

 

Masked Lapwing in the Botanic Gardens

  A Masked Lapwing in the Royal Botanic Gardens - looking out across Sydney Harbour

Pacific Black Duck - Chilling Out

 

A Pacific Black Duck - just chilling out as it cruises along the waterways of Scarborough Park

 

Amorous Cockatoos in Peakhurst

  Whispering sweet nothings - a pair of amorous Cockatoos in Peakhurst

Cute Kookaburra with a City View

 

A cute looking Kookaburra, one of our most popular birds -enjoying some splendid city views, from the Royal Botanic Gardens

Rainbow Lorikeet in Peakhurst

 

 

Now here's a cute Rainbow Lorikeet in Peakhurst - starting to take a whole new perspective on life

Australian Wood Ducks on the Golf Course

 

A group of Australian Wood Ducks - enjoying a picnic outing in Mortdale

Eclectus Parrot in Rockdale

  Now here's a real treat - spotted this sweet and colourful Eclectus Parrot female, named Coco - hanging out down a side street in Rockdale

A Cute Looking Crested Pigeon

 

A cute looking Crested Pigeon - wandering casually along a bush track in Mortdale

 

Kookaburra Neighbours in Avoca

 

A couple of cute Kookaburra neighbours - dropping by to say hello, in North Avoca

Fishing Dingy on the Georges River

  Here's a Seagull, getting out early on the dinghy - for some fishing on the Georges River

Doting Galah Parents

  Being an only child does have some benefits - as demonstrated by these rather doting Galah parents

Variegated Fairy-wrens

 

Hiking along a bush track in Mortdale - trying to pin down some Variegated Fairy-wrens in the undergrowth, for a group photo session

 

A Little Corella in the Park

 

A Little Corella - enjoying a picnic in the park, on a pleasant afternoon in Kogarah

 

Crimson Rosella in a Casuarina Tree

  A brightly coloured Crimson Rosella - perched in a Casuarina tree in Oatley Park

Cockatoo Snacking in Mortdale

 

A Sulfur-crested Cockatoo - quietly snacking on Eucalyptus tree blossoms, in Mortdale

Migrating Channel-billed Cuckoo

 

Seasonal migrating Channel-billed Cuckoo - visiting bushland in Mortdale and Oatley Park

 

Cockatoo Flexing some Punk Style Attitude

 

Here's an agitated Sulfur-crested Cockatoo, flexing some punk style, macho attitude

 

Rainbow Lorikeet in Peakhurst Heights

 

A Rainbow Lorikeet in Peakhurst Heights - bringing colour and beauty to brighten up your day

 

Pelican and Friends

 

 

A Pelican hanging out with friends - along the Woronora River

Pages

Site maintained by QualityHelp Community

>